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There may be other ways to do this, but a simple way would be to create your own homepage, which could look anyway you like. Then, just set the Homepage in Safari to point at that file. Make a file called "home.html" with these contents: <!DOCTYPE html> <html style="background:#333;"> <head> <title>New Tab</title> ...


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You can ⌘ CMD+Click on pause button. By default ⌘ CMD+Click does not activate window under the click.


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AppleScript on its own can't be used to 'hook' into other actions such as clicking certain things. There are tools available to run AppleScript on keyboard shortcuts, however you might as well use ⌘S in this case, or remap this shortcut with System Preferences → Keyboard. One cannot change the download location of the button in Safari preferences.


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Google's Chrome browser includes a built-in flash plugin. I uninstalled Flash on my system too but I use Chrome for loading up sites which require flash. Another tack you might try is to install Click to Plugin. I was going to recommend Click to Flash, but apparently that isn't under development anymore and the developer recommends Click to Plugin.


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Extending on the answer provided earlier, you can make a simple html file, and save it in your home directory or somewhere, and then set up your General Safari preferences like this: Then when Safari starts up, or you open a new tab it'll be the nice darker empty page:


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Using the post that grgarside linked to, I've written a Safari/Chrome extension that adds a button to the context menu (right click) on every page, which allows you to "pause" scrolling, essentially locking the page in place. To unlock it, you just right click and choose "Resume Scrolling." You can download it here.


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Fit screen & full screen are not the same thing. Fit screen makes a 'guess' based on window content & probable usage [per app, it would appear to not be consistent, some apps are better than others at 'guessing'] Full screen is under system control & will generate a new Space for the app, filling the entire screen. Clicking the green dot, ...


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In Chrome, use the keyboard cmd+shift+f to go in to full screen mode. Use it again to exit full screen. To fill in the Window (not the screen) I recommend the Chrome Extension called "iZoom", found here https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/izoom/iheccogfcpjfjbnlohnlgdljaefpgaoi?hl=en-US Automatically changes zoom level to fit window width. With ...


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You can set the default Mail application, via Mail.app Preferences. It is underneath the "General" settings, as "Default email reader". Even if Mail.app appears to be already selected it might be worth a shot to select something else, then go back to Mail.app in order to clear the cobwebs.


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That is sadly the way it works.


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Same behavior here. I believe that is how it works. To correct your question: clearing history won't affect that, only after clearing all cookies and data.


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I haven’t tried them, but there are some bookmarklets written by a user on the Mathematics Stack Exchange which sound like they do roughly what you’d want: Should chat have TeX support? In particular, the “render MathJax” bookmarklet sounds exactly like what you want: render MathJax installs MathJax and renders $\LaTeX$ once per execution. This is ...


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The previously noted solutions of the dark page is great, but they lack the ability to have the address bar auto-focused, which to me is a non-starter. I'm used to being able to immediately start typing a URL or a search item right off the bat when I open a new page / tab. This is such a good feature that I went ahead and submitted a request for Apple to ...


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I only got a partial solution, which works apart from a few small issues. First of all, you can not store the URL in the filename (due to slashes and special characters) so you'd need to specify the Website name. But more importantly, so far the CSV import is not implemented. Is CSV really a hard requirement, or could you get the list of URLs in a ...


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Is it not just http://www.apple.com/apple-touch-icon.png? From the iOS Developer Library article you pointed to above... To specify an icon for the entire website (every page on the website), place an icon file in PNG format in the root document folder called apple-touch-icon.png


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I suppose it's because looking up a .local hostname is basically a browsing request for Bonjour services; devices & services register themselves through multicast, so since foobar.local points to no IP (unless you create it), Safari probably never reaches the stage of testing a site's reachability. In your situation I'd rather a) setup a simple DNS ...


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The CUPS web interface would allow you to direct the print job to another printer. However it's possible to capture a PDF file from the CUPS queue: /private/var/spool/cups total 472 drwx--x--- 24 root _lp 816 Mar 1 14:30 ./ -rw------- 1 root _lp 4403 Mar 1 14:30 c00025 drwxrwxr-x 13 root _lp 442 Mar 1 14:30 cache/ ...


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You will not be able to intercept the clicking action of a button using Applescript. There are a couple of approaches you can use to achieve your goal. 1, Create an Automator Folder action to watch for pdfs file in the downloads folder. And Ask you where you want to move them. 2, Write an applescript that runs from the Applescript Menu or a Automator ...


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As pointed out, the first three examples are direct links to the PDF files in question while the other two are controlled by a server script in the background. There is nothing what you can do about it on your side since the server fully controls the distribution of documents in the two last example links you provided.


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For OS X you can add 3rd party dictionaries. See http://m10lmac.blogspot.com/2013/01/adding-dictionaries-to-dictionaryapp.html Unfortunately it's not possible for iOS yet as far as I know.


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Open Safari. From the “History” menu, choose “Show History”. In the Search field in the bottom right corner, enter the web site you want to remove. In the list of search results, click on the web site you want to remove. Press the Delete key on your keyboard.


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If you are using a Mac and have iCloud configured you can open Safari on your Mac and choose "View" -> "Show All Tabs". Now you'll see all open tabs on your iPhone and can quickly click on the "x" to close a tab on your phone.


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I installed https://github.com/norio-nomura/EasySIMBL, and then installed https://github.com/rs/SafariTabSwitching



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